Trend hairstyle Mixie: The ultra-modern short hairstyle
Long hair is boring at some point, isn't it? If you're thinking of having your hair cut to a cheeky length, take a look at the mixie: A great short hairstyle that promises a fantastic change of pace.
What is a mixie?
For all those who are not familiar with the Mullet as a term: trend hairstyles such as the Wolf Cut and Shaggy Bob are variants of the Mullet. The German equivalent of the Mullet is the Vokuhila. So we are talking about looks that are short in the front and longer in the back. But what makes the mixie?
- The mixie is kept slightly longer at the nape of the neck.
- On the other hand, the hair is shorter at the sides and back of the head.
- To give the hairstyle a youthful, cheeky look, the hair at the top of the head is really well parted.
- A fringe is also part of the mixie. Depending on your taste, it can be longer or really short.
How do you style the mixie?
The mixie is one of those short haircuts that need relatively little styling to look great. The more texture the hair naturally has, the quicker you'll be ready to go out.
Any tangles are also no problem with a mixie cut. With wavy or curly hair, a mixie looks great even without much effort. A little hair gel or texture paste in the hair - and the look is done! To accentuate the (short) curls, it's worth using a thin curling iron.
For straight hair, texture sprays, beach sprays or mousse can help. The latter is applied to the hair after washing and before blow-drying. A diffuser attachment on the hairdryer definitely makes sense - it gives the hair even more hold and volume. By the way: You don't necessarily have to blow-dry- a mixie also looks great when air-dried. However, you should then work a so-called no-heat styling product into the damp hair. This emphasises the natural hair structure and minimises possible frizz.
Who does a mixie haircut suit?
Anyone who loves a certain French chic and is a fan of short hair will love the mixie. This short hairstyle is anything but boring. And it suits every face shape. It can be wonderfully optimised by choosing the length of the pony. What applies to hairstyles also applies to clothes: If you wear it confidently, you'll look great.
By the way, a mixie is the perfect hairstyle for fine, thin hair. The many steps and the short cut visually create fullness and volume. With wavy hair, the mixie cut really makes a statement - your look will always look a little "undone". Anyone who wants to show off their beautiful face is best off with a mixie. Because this look emphasises the facial features. Whether you have defined cheekbones, a hard chin or soft features: This short hairstyle is a real look-flatterer.
Who made the mixie a popular trend?
The sassy look is not only chic, but also feminine and yes, a little edgy too. Anyone who has watched the series "House of Money" knows her: Actress Úrsula Corberóis a true mixie fan. A trend is created when something is worn with style. That's why this hairstyle is a super look, especially for self-confident women, when they want to stand out from the crowd and show off their personality.
What should you consider before getting a mixie cut?
We recommend hair salons that know how to cut Shaggy Hair. The best thing to do is to look on social media, at the appearances of the hairdressers in your area. If you like the work of the salon, then you've come to the right place. A good stylist will explain in advance how the Mixie works with your hair texture.
The Mixie is suitable for all hair types and textures, but the texture of the hair - straight, wavy or curly - will determine how the look is cut. Before making an appointment with a hairdresser, you should look for inspiration on the internet according to your hair structure and discuss it with the hair professional.
How often do you have to go to the hairdresser with a mixie?
Anyone who has decided on a short hairstyle knows that the hair salon becomes a second home, so to speak. After all, there is nothing worse than an unkempt, grown-out cut.
The advantage is that regular trims keep the hair looking healthy. Moreover, keeping a cut "in shape" does not cost as much as the first cut. It is recommended to visit the hairdresser every 4-6 weeks, depending on the hair growth. You definitely don't need to visit the hairdresser as often as with an accurate short haircut with this relaxed hairstyle.